The Minnesota State women’s golf team captured the WSU Triangular Invitational title held in Winona, Minn., this weekend.
The Mavericks combined to shoot 641 in finishing 21 strokes in front of the second-place hosts from Winona State. The Warriors shot 662, while Southwest Mijnnesota State trailed the three-team field at 664.
Sophomore Nattiya Somboonsup claimed medalist honors for first time as a collegian in shooting rounds of 75 and 74 for a 36-hole total of 149. Sophomore Madison Jewell posted 77-79–156 to place second. Sophomore Abbe Partington (82-76–158) tied for third and junior Haley Tollette (79-84–163) tied for fifth. Other Mavericks at the tournament included junior Genie Short (85-79–164, seventh), freshman Maddy Schintz (85-85–170, tied for 14th), junior Courtney Dudgeon (85-92–177, tied for 16th), junior Olivia Robinson (92-87–179, tied for 18th), freshmanKayla Thielen (88-91–179, tied for 18th), and freshman Brooke Teff (99-96–195 25).
Team and individual results are available HERE.
Next action for the Mavericks is the Mustang Invitational, Sept. 24-25 in Marshall, Minn.